Heritage: November 2002 Archives

November 16, 2002

Jesus ossuary made by aliens

More exciting revelations from Pravda, this time concerning the ossuary with the forged inscription - it must have been made by aliens!

Hardly had the controversy settled down when another sensation happened. Andre Lemer said after a certain period of study that it was impossible to determine the composition of the stone. The professor stated that the coffin was made of a material that does not exist on planet Earth. Hundreds of such coffins have been found in Jerusalem during archeological excavations. The research has showed that they were made in the first century A.D. That is why, the first thought that I had in my head when I saw Jacob's coffin was there is something wrong with it. The stone differed from all other stones that I saw before. It had very small pores that could hardly be seen. At the same time, it was incredibly solid. After the tests that we conducted in the lab, I can assure you that our planet does not know this material, said the professor.

However, the professor did not answer where the stone could have come from. Many ufologists, including Russian ones, say that the material of the coffin does not belong to our planet. Dmitry Astrakhantsev, the head of the Ufology and Anomaly Center, said: Observations and research show that aliens were involved in a lot of things that were happening during biblical times. For example, the birth of Jesus Christ. How can this be explained, the immaculate conception? There is even a hypothesis that says that Mary and Joseph were warned about the birth of their son Jesus. They were informed by aliens--they were thought of as angels, so to speak.

The alien spaceship is known to Christians as the Star of Bethlehem. Sensation: Apostle Jacob's Coffin Made by Aliens - Pravda, November 14th 2002.

November 8, 2002

People take drugs at Stonehenge

Pravda is getting back to normal after the theatre seige. For example, did you know that Stonehenge is haunted by UFOs?

There is another even more fantastic phenomenon. Once, a group of people heard some strange sounds from the direction of the stones. These people immediately left, but the strange sound went up into the sky with a buzzing. Then, these people saw something resembling a huge wheel of fire, turning as it flew up into the sky. Later, after they returned home, they saw a female figure dressed in yellow clothes. The woman's hair was long, and her coiffure resembled an ancient Egyptian one. This even gave them the impression that they witnessed a struggle between good and the evil.

Stonehenge: Alternative View - Pravda, November 7th 2002.

November 7, 2002

Jesus artifact a fake.

An inscription on an ossuary which the Biblical Archaeology Review touted as the first-ever archaeological discovery to corroborate Biblical references to Jesus has been shown to be a blatant forgery. The ossuary genuinely dates from the first century, as does the first half of the Aramaic inscription - Jacob son of Joseph, but the second part - brother of Jesus was added later according to Rochelle I. Altman, an expert on ancient writing.

Please note that the fraud is so blatant that I did not bother to go into extreme detail on whether the faked addition is supposed to be Hebrew or Aramaic. (If that's a vav, -- then it's Hebrew, not Aramaic; if it's yod, then it's says 'my brother', not 'his brother' or 'brother of'. By no stretch of the imagination can one claim this to be in Aramaic... 'of' in Aramaic is 'di'.) You have to be blind as a bat not to see that the second part is a fraud...

Ossuary was genuine, inscription was faked - Israel Insider, October 29th 2002 (includes the full report); Evidence Of Jesus Written In Stone - Biblical Archaeology Review, November/December 2002.

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